Want to improve your grades, explore your community, learn about exciting careers (and the steps needed to get there), learn the skills employers value in great employees, how to have healthy relationships, how to cook, eat right AND how to budget your money?   We thought you would! 

Join the All THAT family of caring adults and teens! We work together in a group setting to support each other and our community -  because teamwork makes the dream work.


  1. Complete the online application.
  2. Attend an orientation session.

  3. Commit to participating weekly for one school year - during your lunch hour, after school or in one of our weekend sessions.
All THAT is now enrolling teens ages 13 - 18 to participate in our After School and Saturday programs between September 18, 2023 and May 10, 2024.  Our program is designed to prepare students to enter and succeed in the twenty-first century job market. 

Session 1 - September 18th - December 19th
Session 2 - January 3 - March 4th
Session 3 - March 6th - May 10th

The City of Columbus will be renovating our building this fall during Session 1 and the process may take up to 4 weeks to complete.  We will notify you as soon as we know the dates and our program will not operate during this time.  

Breakfast and lunch will be provided daily by Children's Hunger Alliance.

Students must attend the entire session three days per week on either Monday through Friday between 12:00pm - 3:00pm, 3:00pm - 6:00pm or 9:30 am - 12:30pm on Saturday in order to receive their stipend for the day.  Stipends will begin at $2 per day and increase progressively over the school year.  

Students are paid their weekly stipend via direct deposit for active engagement, positive attitudes and consistent attendance.

Both parents and students are required to attend orientation in order for NEW students to participate in our mentoring program.

We offer seven (7) career tracks that expose students to hands-on tasks that inspire them to begin narrowing down their career choices. Teens ages 16 and older, may be assigned to our Transitional Living track where they complete in class driver’s education training.  All THAT will only pay for in-car portion when students obtain their certificate of completion.

Hospitality, Culinary Arts - Students explore local restaurants, participate in cooking classes and obtain ServSafe Certifications. 

Business, Administrative Support – Students explore entrepreneurship, operate the All THAT Market (ATM), tour local businesses and colleges to explore a variety of office-related careers. 

Skilled Trades, Construction and Automotive – Students are exposed to a variety of power tools, repair and paint a storage shed and explorer hands-on active careers. 

Military – Students explore the various branches of the military, study for the ASVAB and participate in physical fitness activities. 

S.T.E.A.M. - Students participate in a variety of hands-on science, technology, engineering, arts and math projects including field trips into the community.

Music Production – Students write lyrics and make beats to create a musical project. Students learn about behind the scene careers. 

Transitional Living – Students ages 16 and older are given personalized career counseling, taught daily life skills such as budgeting, doing laundry, going to the grocery store and making personal appointments. Students also complete driver's education coursework. All students prepare resumes and participate in Mock Interviews on August 2nd. 

** Students must be a current or previous participant in the All THAT program in order to be accepted into the Transitional Living program.  

Keep scrolling to learn more about our programs.

We offer programs on-site, after school, Saturday mornings and at the Franklin County Juvenile Detention.

After School Sessions

Mentors meet with teens Monday - Friday to assist with academic achievement, life skill development and career planning.  

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FACE Time Lunch Sessions  

Mentors meet with students on site at local high schools to explore topics such as Future planning, Academics, Communication Skills and Everyday encounters. Students develop tools necessary to FACE the future with confidence.         Click here to apply

Summer Workforce Development

Our summer Workforce Development program provides both traditional work experience with workforce ethics training.  We're teaching students the importance of being "Excellent Employees".       

Saturday Morning Mentoring

Mentors meet with teen boys ages 14 - 18 to explore ways to avoid continued interaction with law enforcement.   

Franklin County 
Juvenile Detention Center

Group sessions are held on-site weekly with incarcerated teens to encourage teens to set goals for their future and re-engage with our community.

Transitions Program

Many high school graduates are not emotionally ready to take on adult responsibilities.  All THAT provides continued learning opportunities for graduates of our program as they finalize their plans to transition into the workforce.
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